List of Vietnam War flying aces
|Nguyễn Văn Cốc||North Vietnam||Air Force||9|
|Nguyễn Văn Bảy||North Vietnam||Air Force||7|
|Capt. Charles B. "Chuck" DeBellevue||United States||Air Force||6|
|Lt Randall "Duke" Cunningham||United States||Navy1||5|
|Lt j.g. William P. Driscoll||United States||Navy||5|
|Capt. Steve Ritchie||United States||Air Force1||5|
|Capt. Jeff Feinstein||United States||Air Force||5|
|Nguyễn Đức Soát||North Vietnam||Air Force||5|
|Vũ Ngọc Đỉnh ||North Vietnam||Air Force||5|
Note: North Vietnamese sources claim they had 16 aces in all (five or more kills) but as these claims have not yet been verified by U.S sources, they are not shown in the chart above.
1Cunningham and Ritchie were the only American pilot aces of the Vietnam War. The other three were Weapon Systems Officers (Air Force) or Radar Intercept Officers (Navy). Robin Olds was a triple ace who flew in the Vietnam War, but only 4 of his 16 kills were from Vietnam, the other 12 were from World War II.
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